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The West African Ebola outbreak no longer constitutes a major risk to international public health, the World Health Organisation (WHO) announced on
Brussels airport says it will take months to get the busy transport hub fully operational, after last week’s deadly bombings. It was hoped that some
All thoughts turned to last week’s Brussels murders as Portugal entertained Belgium in Leiria in the re-arranged fixture. Portugal had two former
Donald Trump as seen by British artist James Ostrer is a dogs’ dinner of raw meat and surfaces with an unhealthy, microbiotic sheen. The
Lawson are back hungry for success with their new single, “Money”, and a second album on the horizon. It sees the four piece sticking to the sounds
It is what is hoped to be the final assault in the battle to retake the city of Mosul. Security forces, Sunni tribal fighters launched the offensive
Tom Hiddleston may be hot property right now but his portrayal of American music icon Hank Williams in “I saw the light” has not been without
Brazil’s largest party said on Tuesday that it is quitting President Dilma Rousseff’s governing coalition and pulling its members from her
The shooting of a wounded Palestinian attacker has exposed the already divided opinion in Israel
Tuesday evening will see France’s national football team play at the Stade de France for the first time since the Paris attacks in November, when the
The investigation into the terrorist attacks of March 22 in Brussels, claimed by the so-called Islamic State have brought to light the ramifications
Manny Pacquiao's WBO welterweight fight against Timothy Bradley looks set to hit the airwaves on TV and radio after being given the green light by the Philippine election commission.
Yahoo has reportedly set a deadline of April 11 for the submission of preliminary bids for its internet business - which includes search, mail and news sites - and Asian assets.
The campaign manager of US Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has been charged with battery. Corey Lewandowski (pictured above, left) is
The hijack of EgyptAir Flight MS181 on Tuesday after its take-off from Alexandria may have ended safely. But security questions raised are likely to
Denmark's selfie-loving first female prime minister moves on to pastures new
Lending growth to eurozone companies and households rose at its fastest rate since late 2011 in February, but the economic recovery remains sluggish and uneven.
At least seven people have been injured in the blast near Olugboboro in Bayelsa state
Protesting refugees and migrants on Tuesday clashed with Greek police in the border town of Idomeni, next to the closed crossing between Greece and
"Cafe Society" follows in the footsteps of "Midnight in Paris" and "Hollywood Ending"
DeAndre Jordan had the beating of the Boston Celtics with a 15 point haul as the LA Clippers cruised to a 114-90 victory at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Russian military engineers are preparing for an unusual mission
Italian luxury car maker Maserati is recalling nearly 21,000 vehicles in China because of concerns the driver's side floor mat could cause the accelerator pedal to get stuck down.
Samsung has launched its mobile payment service in China, following a similar move by Apple last month, but both face an uphill battle against dominant local electronic wallet services like Alipay.
Passengers and crew are safe and an alleged plane hijacker was arrested on Tuesday after an hours-long hostage drama in Cyprus. A domestic EgyptAir
Authorities at Brussels Zavatem airport say it could take months before the airport reopens at full capacity. On Tuesday, staff were carrying out
The hijacker has turned himself over to police with no apparent injuries to any of the hostages
Brussels Mayor Yvan Mayeur has led a minute’s silence in Paris with his French counterpart Anne Hidalgo. The memorial for victims of the Brussels and
Despite low oil prices Russian energy giant Rosneft says it is coping and has pledged to invest more to ensure it can honour its long-term supply deals.